In what could be a preview into the next round of People Who Pretend to Be Other People Awards, the "Golden Globes" were given to some noteworthy good looking people who pretend that they're other people.
It was neat to see them get attention, plus a "Golden Globe" trophy that distinguishes itself by having a golden-type-globe theme.
Actress Meryl Streep broke her unlucky string of seven consecutive hours without being appauded by winning an award. It was a globe. She pretended to be someone else in the movie, "The Devil Wears Prada".
A person named Forest Whitaker also won an award. Who will forget his epic turn, as someone who's not Forest Whitaker, in the movie, "The Last King of Scotland"? (Answer: Zero people.)
Hugh Laurie isn't a doctor, but he pretends he is, and he pretends better than other play-pretend doctors. They gave him a Globe Trophy for doing that. Someone named Helen Mirren pretended she was Queen Elizabeth (She had her own crown and everything! I saw a picture of when she did that!) and people liked that, too, so they clapped for her. That was neat.
It was profoundly neat to see a Hollywood group give attention to some good-looking, pretending people. The next round of People Who Pretend to be Other People Awards isn't for another week. I'm glad I watch the news so I could learn all about this. I like that.